Irvine, Calif.-based INOVX Solutions Inc., www.inovx.com, an advanced asset integrity management-software company in the oil and gas industry, has partnered with Arria NGL (natural language generation), www.arria.com, a technology company specializing in NLG to give a voice to its Dynamic 3D Asset Virtualization data sensors.
A new report assessing security threats and security professionals’ awareness of and attitudes toward these threats suggests CTI (cyber threat intelligence) sharing is not as widespread as it probably should be.
New certification for the MultiConnect mDot, a LPWAN (low-power wide-area network) RF (radio-frequency) module from Multi-Tech Systems, www.multitech.com, ensures the device is LoRaWAN-ready as determined by the LoRa Alliance, www.lora-alliance.org.
Irvine, Calif.-based Blossom, www.myblossom.com, a clean technology IoT (Internet of Things) company that aims to ease drought conditions, is extending the smart home out to the yard.
Consumer wearables are past the novelty stage; if adoption is going to continue to take off, function and fashion will need to combine in unprecedented ways to deliver a seamless user experience, while also blending in with a consumer’s personal aesthetic.
To cut back on the complexity of deploying IoT (Internet of Things) solutions and help businesses realize new revenue streams, Rogers Communications, www.rogers.com, a Canadian communications and media company, says it is partnering with Giesecke & Devrient, www.gi-de.com, a global technology leader in banknote production and processing.
By 2030, Satoshi Nakajima, founder and interim CEO and UIEvolution, www.uievolution.com, a provider of connected services for mobile, tablet, TV, and automotive applications, says technology will be so seamless across people’s lives that it will fade into the background.
The new norm in consumer electronics may soon be “always-listening” voice triggers, thanks to technologies such as TrulyHandsfree from Sensory, www.sensory.com, a provider of vision and voice technologies for a connected world.
According to Erik Brenneis, IoT (Internet of Things) director for Vodafone, www.vodafone.com, one of the world’s largest telecommunications companies, the success of the IoT market is going to be built on partnerships.